Thursday, January 1, 2009

A look back at 2008

Looking back over the year of 2008, I think this year truly went by the fastest, or do I just say that each year? Here's highlights from each month in 2008.

January We were excited to be back in Texas to enjoy a whole year of being with Grandma and Grandpa Blair.

FebruaryColton discovered he was a super-hero...actually a couple of them.
MarchRylan learned to feed himself...sort of.
We supported Grandma Chris (Sean's mom) as she battled Breast Cancer...and won!

May Aunt Stacy and cousin Cooper finished their 6 month stay in Texas while Uncle Dustin served in Iraq. Rylan had fun getting to know his same aged cousin.

Amber celebrated her 32nd birthday.

June Colton celebrated his 4th was a superhero birthday.

We met Aunt Summer's fiance Darrell when he came to visit from Hawaii...Rylan thought he was a perfect size to rest on.

Aunt Melody came to visit us. The boys LOVED her, especially Rylan.
Sean graduated from his two year Leadership Development Program at Lockheed.

He relaxed by taking a trip to Monterey, California to visit his sister Stacy.

Amber visited her brother Aaron and his wife Nickell in Utah, and met newest nephew Kade.

Colton gave his first talk in Primary about "Jesus calms the sea."

SeptemberColton started Preschool.

Sean celebrated his 32nd Birthday.


Sean was this for Halloween.

And we did a haunted house that over 500 people came to.

November We had our 6th year Anniversary.

Rylan turned the big TWO!

oh...and we found out that we are having boy #3.

All the Lytle family came to Texas for the first time.

We had lotsa Christmas Festiveness Fun with all the aunts, uncles, cousins, and grandparents!

Thanks for the memories 2008!

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Melody and Nathan Pellegrin said...

How fun! Love you guys! 2009 will be just as exciting!

Debbie Blair said...

It was fun to spend all these memorable moments with you.

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